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As far as I understand, at Amazon music cloud for 30 dollars a year you can upload all your mp3 music that you have.

Even if you never payed for some of the mp3s, after those uploads, they are treated as leagally owned.

What will happen, if you cancel that 30 dollars per year?

Do you still legally own the songs, you once uploaded to the drive?

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Note that Apple iTunes and Google Music have similar offers. – unor Nov 17 '12 at 18:47
Then it's also the question: Do I Own them there? And Which is the best? – rubo77 Nov 18 '12 at 0:30

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